LSU’s Hess Finally Finds Right MixColumns
HOOVER, Ala. — LSU ace righthander Zack Hess entered the season with sky-high expectations. He’d turned into one of the nation’s most feared weapons out of the bullpen for the Tigers last season. And with the departures of Alex Lange and Jared Poche, and the loss of righthander Eric Walker to a season-ending injury this season, he was going to have to be the savior for a team that had glaring holes on the mound.
Being in the limelight and the one isn’t easy. It’s challenging, and at a place like LSU, it guarantees that you’re going to[…]